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Dec 24, 2012 1:05am EST
energy as well, in education. k-12 released 0-12. -- or at least 9-12. >> i am very interested in program transparency. what ever happens with the fiscal cliff negotiations, government agencies are going to be extremely press from a budget and standpoint. in the short term, it seems to be -- having a legacy system cannot be afforded. how do we overcome the cost pressure of making things open, making them accessible? it is not free. i am really interested in comments about the impact of the realities of cost on making things more accessible and open. >> i am fascinated by the trend we have in front of us. we have the modernization act, which should have added to that and facilitated improvements in efficiency. you have budget pressures which should dovetail nicely with modernization. yet when you look at dramatic increases in it investments over the last couple years -- and there have been, they are largely associated with legacy approach is creating a future funding stream for a sil within the bureaucracy. -- silo within the bureaucracy. this is the great paradox. if you have limi
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